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Orthodontics

Adults and teens around the country are enhancing the appearance and function of their teeth with the help of Invisalign® orthodontic treatment. This technique uses a series of clear, removable aligner trays to gradually shift teeth into the desired position. Invisalign® already offers a potentially shorter treatment time than traditional metal and ceramic braces, but did you know that our experienced dentists also offer AcceleDent® Aura, which can further expedite the process? AcceleDent® Aura is an innovative dental device that uses SoftPulse vibration technology to hasten the movement of the teeth and shorten orthodontic treatment time. The appliance, which works […]

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Diet restrictions are in place during orthodontic treatment to protect the appliances and preserve the health of your teeth. The temporary limitation of food choices typically has minimal impact on a person’s lifestyle, and these recommendations can help you to have a more pleasant experience and a more successful outcome. While Invisalign® clear aligners can be removed to eat and drink, conventional metal and ceramic braces cannot. Our experienced dentists and dental hygienists will review the types of food to avoid during your initial consultation (and at any future appointments if you would like a refresher). Additionally, we have provided […]

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Do Braces Hurt?

It’s one of the first questions patients ask: “Do braces hurt?” It’s a reasonable thing to wonder about. The truth is, everyone’s experience is unique. How comfortable your orthodontic treatment will be depends on many factors, including the technique used, the amount of correction needed, and individual tolerance levels. The good news is, most people find that straightening their teeth is relatively painless. Dr. Arun Narang & Associates offer both traditional metal or ceramic braces and Invisalign® clear aligners. And each method “feels” a little different. Applying the conventional braces shouldn’t hurt. The brackets are bonded onto the teeth using […]

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Virtually anyone can achieve a strong, functional bite and beautiful, straight teeth with the orthodontic options that are now available. For optimal results, it’s important to utilise the best method for your needs and goals. At our state-of-the-art practice, our experienced dentists offer conventional metal and ceramic braces as well as Invisalign® clear aligners. Each technique offers unique benefits. One treatment is not necessarily “better” than the other; however, there are certain anatomic indicators that could make one approach more effective for you than another. During your initial consultation, one of our skilled dental professionals will perform a thorough oral […]

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Will Invisalign® Work for Me?

There are many types of orthodontic treatments available that can straighten teeth and improve your bite alignment. At Dr. Arun Narang & Associates, one of the most popular options is Invisalign®. More discreet and comfortable than traditional braces, Invisalign® has helped thousands of patients achieve the smile of their dreams. Invisalign® can address a wide range of misalignment issues. Common dental concerns, including overbite, underbite, crossbite, crowding, gaps, and open bite, often can be corrected using Invisalign® clear aligners. These custom-made trays gradually shift the position of your teeth to a more aesthetically appealing and functional location. Each clear aligner […]

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In April 2012, Dr. Narang and Katharina had the opportunity to attend the International Association of Orthodontics conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This association has over 4,200 members in over 50 different countries. They meet once a year to exchange ideas and experiences in orthodontics over four days of lectures, discussions and exhibits.  This exchange of ideas and experiences keeps us up to date in the field of Orthodontics. We are very excited about new concepts and techniques for facial profile changes during orthodontic treatment, non-surgical orthodontic techniques, as well as new products. All of these take treatment to […]

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